Generate passwords for websites based on one master password and their domains.
Online version: http://passwordgen.org Generate unique password for each site based on secret master password and site domain. Features: - several profiles with different master passwords, - synchronize settings (but not master password) between Chrome installations, - remember chosen profile for each domain, - MD5, SHA1 or SHA256 used to generate passwords, - master password can be stored in memory, in permanent storage or not at all, - may ensure that password has at least one character from each of several sets (upper/lower case letters, digits, punctuation). See the extension source code on its github site: https://github.com/eterevsky/passwordgen This app idea is taken from PasswordMaker (http://passwordmaker.org).
- (2020-10-02) S List: excellent
- (2016-08-11) Andrius Žilėnas: Works as intended. Thanks for this!
- (2014-01-23) Muhammad Ishaq: maneger rooom
- (2014-01-15) Boaz Rosenan: The good: Open-Source (on GitHub), very simple to use mostly useful. The bad: I cannot use it on other browsers (including mobile). The ugly: Very simplistic and incomplete logic for finding the effective domain.
- (2013-08-15) Kyle Graehl: Pretty slick. But what do you do when you are on your (android/iphone?)
- (2013-07-25) Luke Hamburg: Using with Chrome 28. Does what it says, with a nice and well organized UI. Seems trustworthy (code is up on Github). Thanks for this!
- (2016-09-09, v:2.0.8) Andrius Žilėnas: backslash as escape instead symbol
recently I had problem when 'insert' skipped backslash i.e. inserted: (! - different password than 'copy': (\!
- (2015-01-18, v:2.0.8) Aarian P. Aleahmad: Hashing Algorithms
It would be great if your application could use newer and better hashing algorithms (Including SHA3 Family)
- (2014-05-21, v:2.0.1) Jonathan Chen: Handling of non-US domains - .nz
Your exception list will get bigger, as I'm experiencing the same issue, but for .nz based domains. eg: .co.nz, .net.nz, .org.nz, etc I would suggest that if the last component is a 2-letters in length, ie: a country-level TLD, it will default to using 3 components instead. Unfortunately, some non-US domains only use 2 components as well. The only long term solution I can see is to include the number of components in the "Profile"; ie all non-US, 3 component domains can be lumped together in one profile.
- (2013-11-07, v:1.1.1) Tim McBlonderson: Handling of non-US domains
Hi! Currently the password generator doesn't seem to deal with .com.au very well - the generated domain name for all Australian websites is just ".com.au". Furthermore, it can't remember that it has been overrridden for a particular website, so I have to reenter my choice every time! Is it possible that the default number of domain components to use could increase to 3 if the last component is a country-level TLD? e.g. ending in .uk or .au, it should include three components rather than 2 in the default? Thanks, Tim